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Wednesday, December 20, 2017
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This surgery 'changes the entire game in orthopedics'
In world first, Israeli undergoes surgery to regrow a bone
Patient Danny has fat cells removed, grown in lab and injected back into his leg, in groundbreaking procedure hailed by doctors as 'science fiction'
Israel biotech firm tackles flesh-eating bacteria by targeting immune system
If testing goes well, Atox Bio's drug could be available by 2020; company has raised $30m to expand scope of treatment to acute kidney injury
Mosaic floor decorated with birds, leaves, pomegranates
Hands-on education as Israeli teens excavate 1,500-year-old Byzantine church
Ahead of Ramat Beit Shemesh expansion, discovery of wonderfully preserved compound that was 'swept under the carpet' by later Islamic-period agriculture
North Korea testing biological warheads for its missiles — report
Japanese newspaper says Pyongyang's research focused on ensuring deadly anthrax spores will survive extreme heat during long-range missile strike
Whaling with joy
Fish sex so loud it could deafen dolphins
Mariëtte Le Roux
Species of Mexican fish found to amass in rambunctious reproductive orgies creating sound levels comparable to a crowd cheering at a stadium
Let us eat cake! How I cope at Teva
I have been a devoted, loyal employee of Teva Pharmaceuticals for 13 years. Teva, and specifically Global R&D has been my second home and has given me opportunity after opportunity to grow both as a scientist and a manager in a complex, global matrix organization. I have always had immense pleasure and pride in working for a company that strives to bring medicines to patients, and to help in my own little way to try and bring a therapy to sufferers of multiple sclerosis (MS). However, Teva is not what...
Robot builders, smart cranes: Construction sector looks to break new ground
Buoyed by Israel's global success with automotive innovation, an initiative aims to wrestle another old-fashioned industry into the technological forefront
'Being Jewish was not a conscious thing in Israel'
Israelis are flocking to this Silicon Valley community center
With a population estimated to be in the hundreds of thousands, a variety of new Hebrew programs aimed at Israeli expats are emerging
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